Anaheim Pepper 2005 Hagood

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Anaheim Pepper 2005 Hagood
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Common English name (Capsicum annuum) (OSS?)
Latin name Capsicum annuum [1]
Variety Anaheim Pepper
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Oldest Source Farmtown
Oldest Source location Sardis, AL
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Grower Charlotte Hagood
Growout Location Albertville, AL
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Anaheim Pepper 2005 Hagood
Capsicum annuum
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Capsicum annuum NOT FOR SALE Anaheim Pepper 2005 Hagood

Anaheim Pepper

Capsicum annuum

OS: Farmtown,
Sardis, AL

GROWER: Charlotte Hagood,
Albertville, AL

GROWOUT: 2005

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Anaheim Pepper
Capsicum annuum
Grown by
Charlotte Hagood
in Albertville, AL
2005
Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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General Description

Sweet red, possibly crossed

History

The name "Anaheim" derives from Emilio Ortega, a farmer who brought the seeds from New Mexico to the Anaheim, California, area in 1894. They are also called California chile or Magdalena, and dried as chile seco del norte.